The door panel type determines the door's look, thermal insulating properties and safety properties. Full panels can be combined with various sizes, shapes, and surfaces of glass panes. We purchase the door panels from Perito, a top-quality manufacturer.
All opaque panels can be combined with glazing of various shapes in different proportions. You may choose double glazing or triple glazing depending on your demands for the thermal insulation properties. The glazing may be smooth and hence, transparent. If the transparency of plain glass is undesirable, you may select sandblasted glass or some glazing from the wide selection of ornamental glass. Special safety glass, highly resistant to mechanical damage, is also available.
Standard (plain) glass
Other glazing options
Door panels made of plastic boards are the cheapest and most popular option. Thermal expansion, which may bring about minor panel deformations if exposed to the sun, is a drawback.
HPL boards are manufactured by molding a mix of synthetic resins. Unlike plastic boards, the HPL boards do not expand if exposed to the sun, and so the door panels keep their shape perfectly. You can choose from a nearly unlimited selection of colors and wood patterns and their combinations. The HPL boards have a long service life and require nearly no maintenance.
Aluminium door panels allow for perfect elaboration of even the smallest details. They are the most resistant to damage and have a service life of decades. They offer original, modern design, excellent thermal insulation properties. Doors with AD end caps can also be used in passive houses.